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Marshawn Lynch Brings Beast Mode to Trailer for New 'Call of Duty' Game

Football isn't the only thing Marshawn Lynch is all about that action for—he brings the Beast Mode to Call of Duty as well. Lynch is a character in Call of Duty: Black Ops III and makes a cameo in the trailer for the game. It was just a brief appearance, but he had plenty of time to show off what he can do. Show More Summary

Introspective Peyton Manning: 'I knew this was not going to be an easy transition'

DENVER — Peyton Manning has a way of deflecting tough questions with a joke. The first six games of the season haven't always been easy for the Denver Broncos quarterback, but the seventh game was. Manning had 340 yards in a vintage performance. Show More Summary

NFL Winners and Losers: Is Todd Gurley already the NFL's best running back?

Tell the St. Louis Rams you shouldn’t draft a running back in the top 10 anymore. The secret seems to be this: Just make sure that back is really special. The Rams bucked the trend, drafted a running back (who was injured, on top of it all) and there aren't any regrets. Show More Summary

Rob Gronkowski Dresses Up as 'Halo' Character for Stephen Colbert Halloween Bit

For those who think there should be an age limit for "trick-or-treating," New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski showed that age simply doesn't matter. It's all about having the Halloween spirit. On Friday, Gronk dressed up as Master Chief for a segment on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Show More Summary

Joe Montana recreates 'The Catch' with James Corden on 'The Late Late Show'

If you ever saw Joe Montana on "Saturday Night Live," you'd know he's a lot better at football than comedy, although his opening monologue in 1987 was ahead of its time on the NFL's concussion issue. And if you've never seen James Corden...Show More Summary

The NFL Needs Victor Cruz Back

Will Victor Cruz ever be great again? He's been gone so long, it's easy to forget he ever was. He was. Victor Cruz was once unstoppable. Think back to 2011. He was one of the most dominant forces in the sport. He was impossible to cover, a combination of speed and precision deep-route running. Show More Summary

In Defense of the Touchdown Vulture

The fantasy football food chain is a horrifying thing. It's a circle of carnage, really. No one is safe. Not you. Not the star running back. Not even the pinnacle predators. Because, at all times, the fantasy vulture is out there—lurking in the shadows, sniffing out the easy kill. Show More Summary

Seattle Seahawks: 5 Things That Must Be Fixed as Soon as Possible

By now, we know that the Seattle Seahawks aren't looking like the recent Super Bowl contenders we've come to know them as. But they still have plenty of time to regain their composure, and addressing the following five issues should help put them right back on track. Let's do this. 1. Show More Summary

Ryan Mathews Deserves to Start Ahead of DeMarco Murray for Eagles

I get it, I really do. DeMarco Murray makes twice as much money as Ryan Mathews, and he was Chip Kelly's staple acquisition in his first offseason with complete autonomy over the Philadelphia Eagles' roster. If Murray fails at running...Show More Summary

Biggest Takeaways from Detroit Lions' Week 7 Loss

Watch your step. There's fallout all over the place after the Detroit Lions' loss-from-ahead against the Minnesota Vikings. Much like the season opener, Detroit roared out of the gates with the offense clicking and the defense limiting the Vikings to field goals. But it was fool's gold. Show More Summary

Jarvis Landry Showing Elite Potential for Miami Dolphins

It's not about the breakout game, it's about the follow-up. In that sense, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry still has work to do if he wants to insert himself in the discussion among the NFL's elite slot receivers. That being...Show More Summary

NFL Week 7: Mike Tanier's Previews and Score Predictions

This week's game previews answer the following questions: • Can anyone beat the Patriots? • What's the scariest Colts-themed costume you are likely to see this Halloween? • The Panthers are undefeated: What's up with that? • When will...Show More Summary

Seahawks vs. 49ers: What We Learned from Seattle's Dominant Win

The days of the brutal battles between the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers are over. What used to be the best rivalry in football has become a sad reminder that no league shows us how easy it is to hit rock bottom more cruelly...Show More Summary

Darrelle Revis Is Playing at Another Level and Taking the Jets with Him

If you truly want to know who Darrelle Revis is, how stupendously skilled he is, how historic he is, how he is a generational defensive player like Lawrence Taylor or Reggie White, you need to look back to the year 1994. That season, Deion Sanders had what I think is the greatest season any defensive back has ever had. Show More Summary

What Todd Bowles' First Meeting with Bill Belichick, Patriots Means for New York

The New York Jets are an impressive 4-1, but their stiffest tests are still to come. The first of those challenges will be Week 7's road trip to Gillette Stadium to take on the New England Patriots. Jets head coach Todd Bowles has already shown the kind of impact he can have on a team. Show More Summary

Stubborn Seahawks Need to Change, Not Tune Out the 'Haters'

"Hold Me Back" by Rick Ross became an unofficial theme song for the Seahawks during their rise to contention a few years ago. Here's a link to the NSFW number. Seahawks players grooved to it from the parade podium after the Super Bowl. Show More Summary

The worst play in NFL history? Choose from our list of infamous candidates

My problem with the Indianapolis Colts' weird swinging-gate punt play last Sunday night remains this: What were they trying to accomplish? Someone drew it up, they said they practiced it, but what possible positive outcome was supposed...Show More Summary

Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola Prove Perfect Complements to Rob Gronkowski

The New England Patriots understand that complementary football is a concept that applies on both a macro and micro level. It's not about having perfect balance between the running game and the passing game, but it's about how the running...Show More Summary

Coaching Errors Overshadow Marked Improvement from Indianapolis Colts

If you would have told anybody that the Indianapolis Colts were only going to lose by one score to the New England Patriots on Sunday, most people would have laughed. The Colts were predicted to get run over by most experts, and deservedly...Show More Summary

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